Natural Law - February 2022
We are all self-governing.
Let us call upon our ancestors, Elders and teachers - past and present,
to guide us in the way of the Heart.
You are all my relations. All is One.
Namaste: The Spirit in me, Sees the Spirit in You
Trust. Everything that is occurring now is meant to be. You may be hearing a narrative that claims your life is ‘back to normal’ but the truth is, the shit storm continues to rage in full force.
The storm is needed to dismantle and disintegrate heavy energy from your life, for the benefit of Mother Earth and all life forms on the planet. Go with it, do not resist. The best thing to do when the storm is raging, is to seek shelter.
Within the greater energetic landscape is much movement and complexity - the emotional rollercoaster is real. Keeping life simple and slow, will allow you to process and digest all that the storm throws up. This pace also allows you to focus more deeply on your holistic health and wellbeing. Holistic health is a lifestyle.
Learn how to say ‘no’ and, during this time especially, when plans fall through, know it is a blessing in disguise. Practice discernment about where you are, and, with whom.
“A comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing ever grows there” – Unknown
Answering the call to really look at what the storm throws up, is nothing less than the beginnings of a Hero’s Journey. The phone is ringing - accept the call. A door appears - open the door. Summon courage, especially in the presence of great fear and discomfort. This is what it takes to move through, (what can feel like), our greatest blocks or challenges.
“Guilt is an unproductive emotion. Feeling guilty for past mistakes and behaviours (whether ours or others) does nothing for you, or the people you harmed, unless it is accompanied by changed behavior.” [Florence Given in ‘Women don’t owe you pretty’]
The storm is not here to cause you pain and stuff your life up. The storm is here to free you, but, you must walk through the fire, look people in the eye, drop the armour and FEEL. You are ready.
If you choose to answer the call, the universe will immediately align to support, assist, guide and protect you. New doors will open.
This is the sacred work of what it means to be a conscious, evolving human.
Remember, keep life slow and simple.
If you would like energy healing support during this time, I offer in-person treatments for those in NSW Northern Rivers or distant healing for those elsewhere.
You are all my relations. All is One.
Blessings of Love & Light,
The Yemaya Centre is always open!
During lockdowns or when face-to-face services are not available: Trauma-informed Care & Practice Sessions, Distant Reiki Treatments, Remote Deep Listening Sessions, Yogalates on Zoom, Endorphina Creative Online Sessions
All other times: Trauma-informed Care & Practice Sessions, Face-to-face Reiki Treatments, Distant Reiki and Reiki Courses, Yogalates, Shiatsu, Endorphina Creative Workshops, Sessions and Programmes, Yoga & Massage with Liina + remote services as listed above.
www.yemayacentre.com.au for more information.
Helene Collard is a first generation Australian, with ancestral roots in the island of Mauritius. She is a qualified and experienced trauma-aware, culturally-fit, strengths-based facilitator (B. Trauma&Healing: Indigenous Studies (Law&Justice)), Reiki Teacher & Practitioner, and has completed Leadership Training Levels 1 and 2 with the Rites of Passage Institute. Helene has been designing and facilitating wellbeing workshops since 2009 – including Moon Circles, Secondary Trauma and Self-care Workshops, Reiki Circles, Reiki Courses, Reiki Meditation Events, Evolve Events, Women’s Vision Ceremony and more. In 2016, Helene founded the Yemaya Centre for Reiki and Wellbeing, in Lismore, NSW, which continues to offer an array of holistic wellbeing services and support to the community. From 2017-2021, Helene worked as Lead Facilitator for Aboriginal Trauma-informed organisation, We Al-li. Helene has delivered workshops in metropolitan, regional and remote areas of Australia, including in NSW, Qld, Vic, NT, WA & SA. Helene has also presented at conferences, forums and staff development days. Outside of work, Helene has two children which keep her laughing and active, a supportive partner, and a large extended family who mostly live in Melbourne, where Helene grew up. Not surprisingly then, Helene is a lifelong and vocal supporter of the Collingwood Football Club, and is a great lover of music and the arts. For information, enquiries and bookings visit www.yemayacentre.com.au or phone 0405 656 797.